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All reviews quail tropical plants lilac festival koi pond floral displays running around glass ceiling experience nature bit challenging a great place to spend few hours poinsettias greenhouse turtles cactus reprieve spring
The grand kids and myself, love this place. We love the flowers, plants, the birds and the turtles. It's a great year round place to visit but even more fun when the snow is flying. TIP: Get a membership if planning on coming a few...More
When the weather outside is frightful go to the Lamberton Conservatory to feel like you are in a desert. Bask the heat and look at turtles, guinea hens and fish. A refreshing break from snow and city life.
Haven't been in a while but this is my favorite place to be when the weather is yucky and I'm sick of the cold.
It warms my heart and soul!
Today's visit had the bonus of being decorated for the Holiday's and lot's of quail...More
April, May and June, I will be back for sure, but the park is awesome for walking as it is built on a hill and can be a bit challenging. The reservoir provides great views at sunset as well. I have not been into the...More
We were lucky to be in Rochester to attend the Eastman School of Music Graduation ceremony, just when the world famous Lilac Festival was in full swing. Tons of people there enjoying the food and drink pavilions, and open air art show and the magnificent...More
When in need to escape, this is the place I run to. A little Conservatory at Highland Park.an oasis in the middle of the city.
Open year round, except Christmas Day, it showcases seasonal plants as well as permanent ones, like the Cacti.